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Re: NAA Jube - Radiator

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MikeeB

06-04-2013 11:13:50
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Thanks! from what I can see, it has sprung a few pinholes - spouting little green gushers.

I may take the advice of pulling it out (since you promise me its easy -heheh) and bringing it in to see if it can be flushed/repaired. But I have a feeling those pinholes mean something bigger is coming soon.

Thanks!




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ericlb

06-06-2013 05:34:08
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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to MikeeB, 06-04-2013 11:13:50  
pulling the whole front sheet metal off is easy, ive done mine numerous times, and its heavy you'll need a buddy to help, 4 bolts on the dash, there may or may not be a couple under the hood where the sides attach to the dash, there are holes for bolts and i put a couple in but a lot of times those are never reinstalled if the sheetmetal has been off at any time in the past, then the 2 on the doglegs, [take the grill completely out loosen one side, then the 2 bolts at the top of the grill, they may or may not be wing nuts, then the grill will come out], after the other dogleg bolt is out take the whole assembly carefully off and set it on a sawhorse being careful not to bend the bottom of the doglegs, the radiator can then be removed ,a couple of bolts and the hoses,i can remove the sheetmetal in 30 minutes, if you need a radiator after you have yours appraised, get the hd unit, i dont know what the difference is either but knowing nhow parts are from wong fu,the hd unit might be almost as good as whats in there from ford,as for cooling i run my jube and pull hard with a set of rippers and boxblade as well as a 5 foot brush hog in tall grass, even when the jube once in awhile runs out of engine, and i have to make 2 passes it stays around 160 to 180,my radiator has had a small leak on the tank seam for decades and i run the cap at the safety click, [loose] i did buy mine a new gas tank and it was as good as the original, both in looks and fit, mine has rusted pin holes and being a working tractor i wasnt going to take chances with a fuel leak

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soundguy

06-04-2013 14:22:45
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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to MikeeB, 06-04-2013 11:13:50  
chances are if you see a few pinholes. there are a dozen more getting ready to start...



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MikeeB

06-04-2013 14:36:46
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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to soundguy, 06-04-2013 14:22:45  
Yeah, or a sign of internal cancer was my thought. I have a good (bad?) feeling that I'm in the market for a new radiator. pout.



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soundguy

06-04-2013 14:53:46
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 Re: NAA Jube - Radiator in reply to MikeeB, 06-04-2013 14:36:46  
i also have a feeling you will be getting a new radiator.

many times it's even cheaper than a recore using oyur old tanks.. etc..



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